The original hot hatch started a trend that continues today.
It might help with grip and stability, but all-wheel-drive also adds weight and complexity.
It's just an idea right now, but with enough support, this sweet Lego Mk1 GTI could see production.
This old Golf is probably faster than your car around the Nurburgring.
From the lightweight Mk1 to today's turbocharged luxury hatch, Collins takes a look at the full GTI family tree.
Or, why James May is wrong.
It's purpose-built to shame supercar owners.
This VR6 swapped, twin-turbo Golf is a supercar-beating wolf in sheep's clothing.
In better news, its 400-hp inline-four should find its way into future Audis.